Cambodia: conclusions and tips


  • 7 days;

  • 2 visa entries;

  • 26 temples;

  • 1 bamboo train ride.

What I liked MOST

  • Angkor Temples, a MUST!

  • Vietnam Airlines Lounge at Siam Reap Airport 🙂

  • Some nice colonial architecture.


What I liked LEAST

  • Much more touristy than its neighbors Laos and Myanmar.


Useful Information :

  • Both Laos and Cambodia visas are available on arrival;

  • On the way back to Cambodia, we crossed the border by bus. Before starting the journey, the bus driver asked the passengers some extra bucks “to help with the visas formalities and shorten the waiting time” at the border. All the passengers accepted except the Frenchies: we kept our passports and when we arrived at the border went to the police post to do the visa stamp by ourselves. At the end, we all finished more or less at the same time so there was no need to pay extra money to the bus driver 😉

My Cambodia Pictures :


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